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#856632 08/20/2021 9:56 PM
by Ian Ashdown
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I've been trying to find an adaptor that will screw in to the spark plug thread and has a connector for an 1/4" air fitting. I know a lot of guys make their own, but I have to believe something like this exists. If not maybe I should get some made!

Any leads would be great!

It would look something like this . .
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by mondtster

This one is complete.
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by DJinCA
Originally Posted by Ian Ashdown
Even better!

I’ll order up two! I’m hoping to unstick a reluctant T120 with a bit of psi.

Maybe I am a big chicken, but compressed gases scare me a little outside a pressure vessel. I might try filling the cylinder with oil, screwing in a zerk fitting and use a grease gun to apply the pressure.

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